What Is Co-Creation in the Context of Architecture and Urban Planning?

What Is Co-Creation in the Context of Architecture and Urban Planning? Public Space at Darling Harbor – HASSELL. . Image © Simon Wood Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/992363/what-is-co-creation-in-the-context-of-architecture-and-urban-planning In recent years, the term “co-creation,” a buzzword in the business and management sector, has made its way into the architecture and urban … Read more

The Fight Against Urban Sprawl and the Principles of New Urbanism

The Fight Against Urban Sprawl and the Principles of New Urbanism © Image via Max Bottinger on Unplash Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989619/the-fight-against-urban-sprawl-and-the-principles-of-new-urbanism How we plan our cities, suburbs, and rural communities is a constantly evolving set of goals essential for creating sustainable cities. Not only do we need to consider … Read more

10 Actions to Improve Streets for Children

10 Actions to Improve Streets for Children st. Petersburg, Florida Mural by Cecilia Lueza. Image © Beth Reynolds Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/945350/10-actions-to-improve-streets-for-children Last week, the Global Designing Cities Initiative (GDCI) released Designing Streets for Kids to set a new global baseline for designing urban streets. Designing Streets for Kids builds … Read more

How the Power of Place Shapes Cities

How the Power of Place Shapes Cities Philadelphia. Image via PACDC Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986178/how-the-power-of-place-shapes-cities This article was originally published on Common Edge. There are few more powerful questions than “Where are you from?” People feel intensely connected to cities as places and to other people who feel that same … Read more

Exclusionary Architecture: How Design Interventions in Public Spaces are Dismissing the Homeless

Exclusionary Architecture: How Design Interventions in Public Spaces are Dismissing the Homeless Re-development of Mina de la Ciutat Street / Lagula Arquitectes. Image © Adrià Goula Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983864/exclusionary-architecture-how-design-interventions-in-public-spaces-are-contributing-to-homelessness Social responsibility and the desire to improve society has long been influenced by the built environment. Looking at city centers, … Read more